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ISBN 0-9744355-5-4
ISBN 13: 978-0974435558
Library of Congress Number:  2004101892
160 pages - Perfect bind 9x7 PD 404
Shelving: Careers  

 

Top Answers to Job Interview Questions

Donald K. Burleson
 

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This is an indispensable guide to ensuring that you make the best possible hiring decision. The wrong decision can cost your company thousands of dollars in training expenses, or worse. For example, hiring an employee with a history of suing their employer may not be a good idea, yet few know how to find this information.

By the time the candidate arrives at the interview, you should have already conducted preliminary screenings of the resume, job history and academic history and found the candidate to have the minimum qualifications for the job. Now comes the hard part.

The interview is always the make-or-break test of a manager. You must understand the dynamics of the job interview and the multitude of ways job candidates will try to impress or deceive you.

Successful interviewing requires both knowledge and tact, and the savvy managers know the right questions to ask and the hidden meanings behind the answers. Often the important hiring information is either illegal or inappropriate. Knowing whether a female employee has small children at-home can affect their attendance, lying on the resume or during the interview can indicate moral turpitude. You must learn how to assess the candidate in innocent and unobtrusive ways so that you can get the data you need to choose the perfect person for the job.

 
Key Features

* Implement your hidden agenda without breaking the law.

* Master the interpersonal evaluation aspect of the job interview.

* Learn how the perfect candidate should handle open-ended and ambiguous questions.

* Know the questions that every good candidate will ask.

* See the top answers to your interview questions.

* Tell when a candidate is lying.

 

About the Author:


Donald Burleson

Donald K. Burleson is one of the world’s top Oracle Database experts with more than 25 years of full-time DBA experience.  He specializes in creating database architectures for very large online databases and he has worked with some of the world’s most powerful and complex systems.  

A former Adjunct Professor, Don Burleson has written more than 30 books, published more than 100 articles in National Magazines, and serves as Editor-in-Chief of Rampant TechPress. Don is a popular lecturer and teacher and is a frequent speaker at Oracle OpenWorld and other international database conferences.

 

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Table of Contents:
Index to Telephone Interview Top Answers
Index to On-site Interview Top Answers
Table of Contents
Conventions Used in This Book
Acknowledgements
Preface
Key Features
 
The Employers Preparation
Evaluating Employment History
Evaluating Academic History
Rating College Education
How to Review Personal History
Types of Intelligence
Linguistic intelligence
Spatial Intelligence
Kinesthetic Intelligence
Interpersonal Intelligence
Intrapersonal Intelligence
Musical/Mathematical Intelligence

Evaluating Personality
Personality Traits
Self-confidence
A Curious Nature
A Tenacious Disposition
Polite Manners
Detail Orientation
The Scientist Employee
The “Gung-Ho” Employee
The “Empathic” Employee
Using the MMPI
Lie scale
Hypochondriac scale
Depression scale
Paranoia scale
Hysteria scale
Social Introversion scale
Hypomania scale
Psychasthenia scale
Machiavellianism scale
Schizophrenia scale
Psychopathic Deviate scale

Job Questions to measure Intelligence
Preparing for the Interview
Do a keyword search on Google
The telephone tech-check interview
 
Inside the Interview
Telephone Interview Checklist
The on-site HR interview
Your on-site manager interview
The on-site team interview
Age
Racial background
Religion
National Origin
Disabilities
Illegal vs. Inappropriate Questions
Disability & Medical Questions
Criminal history
Parental Status
Marital Status

How to handle an offended Candidate
Refuse to answer
Raise Hell
Just for fun
 
Evaluating you
Getting Along on the Job
Complaints from the Scientist employee
Complaints from the Gung-Ho employee
Complaints from the Empathetic employee
 

 

 

   

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